Generation Brexit

NEW CHALLENGE: How do you think the Brexit process will end?

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Thus far, Brexit is not going according to plan. The House of Commons has rejected the current draft Withdrawal Agreement by a majority of 230 votes. We want to know how YOU think the Brexit process will end.

* Do you think the UK will exit with a deal (albeit perhaps with some revisions to the existing Withdrawal Agreement) as planned on 29 March 2019?

*Are you expecting (and preparing) for a "No Deal" exit?

*Do you think article 50 will be extended, and if so for how long?

*Do you think (hope? fear?) Brexit won't happen at all (and the UK will remain a member of the EU), perhaps as a result of a general election or a second "people's vote" referendum?

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  1. Alexander Dossche
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We are never going to have a deal by the end of March, and the way things are going in Parliament right now we aren't going to get more time or another referendum either. This whole situation is just completely pointless....

Poppy Wilson
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I think we are going to crash out because our government won't do anything to stop it. Basically, parliament is completely pointless right now. 

Hannah Soames
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Hannah Soames

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/02/07/world/europe/brexit-impact-on-european-union.html  The map in this article by the New York Times showing where will be most affected by Brexit, is really telling. Surely, with the amount of economic damage a no deal could do, on both sides but especially to the British economy, parliament will not let a no deal happen. I think if the clock continues to run out, we are only days away from Brexit, and the options are still only May's deal or no...

Alana Roberts
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Alana Roberts

What does the Labour letter mean? Does it highlight the possibility of a deal where May could get the backing of enough Labour MPs this time round?

Alexander Dossche
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I am really seriously starting to thing it will be a no deal Brexit.  May is running scared of the Brexiteers and she is going to take the whole country over the cliff as a result.

Tricia Gallagher
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Tricia Gallagher

Would the EU be willing to extend Article 50? I don't see any interest in the EU27 agreeing to extend unless the British government can bring a realistic position forward and promise that something is going to change in further negotiations. Why would the EU want to waste several more months in negotiations for a deal to once again be rejected by parliament? As was made clear earlier this week, the main issue appears to be the backstop. Yet the EU has remained firm that this will not be...

Alana Roberts
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Alana Roberts

I believe that the UK will exit the EU, and actually get everything it wants building up from there. European states like Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France etc. have just too much economic interests in the UK to make it difficult for the UK to reposition itself. Thus, the UK will exit, but only when it has all the bilateral informal agreements it needs and that will take longer than the Brexit moment planned today. 

Alexander Dossche
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Alexander Dossche

I personally believe Article 50 will be extended until a vote of no confidence passes and a new government is formed. A no deal Brexit is too risky for both the UK and the EU and I think they would both rather take more time to come to a better conclusion, whether that be a new withrawal agreement or the UK staying in the EU.

Toon Hollevoet
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Toon Hollevoet

Trying this out. What if the UK was to unilaterally withdraw from its decision to leave. For now. What would the consequences be?

franz 92
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